Norman L Wilson MD PC
After graduating from Harvard Medical School in 1963 and completing my psychiatry residency at Massachusetts Mental Health Center and Peter Bent Brigham Hospitals (both affiliated with Harvard) , I served 1967-1969 as a Captain, USAF Medical Corps psychiatrist at Malcolm Grow USAF Hospital near Washington, DC. I then began a solo private practice in Washington in 1969 which still continues. I worked part-time from 1974 to 1982 for the DC Forensic Psychiatry Division of the DC Mental Health Department, where I evaluated and sometimes treated many individuals in the criminal justice system. I often testified for the DC courts in matters of competency to stand trial and matters of criminal responsibiliy. Since retiring from the DC goverment, I have evaluted clients of attorneys in both criminal, civil, disability, and competency matters in DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Florida. Many of these referrals involved PTSD and Dissociative Disorders. In my practice I do a lot of psychotherapy and psychopharmacology as part of a general adult psychiatric practice. A considerable number of my patients have PTSD and/or dissociation from severe childhood trauma, war and Holocaust trauma. I use EMDR and hypnosis to facilitate recovery. I am an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at George Washington University School of Medicine. I also have done many disability and fitness- for- duty evaluations. I am now available for evaluations, testimony, records review, and trial consulting for attorneys.